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ROSIE BEGARNIE, &6 "Lady Betty," in The Pearl Girl," at the Grand Theatre next ween. Next week, London's very latest and greatest musical comedy success, "The Pearl Girl," will visit the Grand Theatre Swan- sea. Mr. Robert Courtneidge, who has been responsible for so many successes, is sending his principal company of this dainty and pretty musical play. It is now playing to crowded and enthusiastic audiences at the Shaftesbury Theatre, London, where it has attracted and ch-armed thousands of de- lighted plavloe-ro. Mr. Courtneidge is giving us something to marvel at-pretty girls, daintily gowned in the very latest Parishions, gorgeous scenery and wonder- ful effects of light and colour; ear-haunting melodies, dances which charm—alj going to make a lovely, lively spectacle rarely equalled in the annals of musical plays. The full Beauty Choruses, numbering 60, have been specially chosen, and the augmented orchestra is under the direction of Mr. James Lowe. The production has just that setting which the tast-e of the i-noment demands- rich in colour, yet always artistic. A story with a tangle—music with a swing, a host of charming girls, all go to make the most wonderful creation placed on any stage. It may well indeed be a wonder if there is a vacant seat at the Grand Theatre next week.

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